Root your approach to health and nutrition in Native American and Indigenous practices. Join us as we learn from three native nutrition experts and explore ways that food connects us to the land, to our ancestors, to our health, and to one another.
Maybe you’ve joined Slow Books for our read-along programming for “How to Be An Antiracist” or “Braiding Sweetgrass,” or perhaps this will be your first read-along. Either way — we’re glad you’re here!
Slow Food Live presents Meating the Future: A conversation about the future of real and alternative meat
What’s the Slow Food take on our growing spectrum of “meats”? Join an expert panel of nutritionists, activists and scientists who will explore plant and cell-based alternatives to farmed meat from several perspectives, including taste, nutrition, cultural significance, human and environmental health, animal welfare, and producer and eater equity.